A 324-unit apartment community is proposed for North Jacksonville next to River City Marketplace.
With area apartment occupancy topping 94 percent, developers have been busy with new apartment complexes in South Jacksonville the first half of the year.
As the year comes to a close, new communities are being proposed in other sectors, too.
In North Jacksonville, The Klotz Group of Companies and Tierra Linda Development LLC propose Lakeview at River City on 40 acres along Broxton Bay Drive.
The 324 units will comprise 64 three-bedroom, 178 two-bedroom and 82 one-bedroom units, according to its website.
Site plans filed with the city show the buildings will consist of three-story residential structures and two-story cottages, along with garages and amenities.
Those plans are labeled as Lakeside at River City Marketplace, meaning the name could still be decided.
Atlantic Beach-based Klotz says on its website the Class A gated apartment development will be situated along a lake and its units will feature top-of-the-line appliances, granite countertops and high ceilings. Some units will include garages and fireplaces.
Lakeview also will feature swimming pools, tennis courts, a business center and a workout facility.
A conceptual site plan shows the development in “districts,” such as the Parks District, the Village District and the Woodland District.
The plan also shows amenities such as pocket parks; trails; event lawns for plays, movies and small events; lawn sports; pavilions; picnic tables; and more.
Prosser Inc. is the civil engineer.
RCM Acquisition LLC, led by Jeffrey Klotz, bought the land in November for $1.95 million from Atlantic Coast Bank. The bank took title to the property in May 2012.